15 Facts About Kelly Hu


Kelly Ann Hu is an American actress, voice artist, former fashion model and beauty queen who was Miss Teen USA 1985 and Miss Hawaii USA 1993.


Kelly Hu's brother, Glenn, is a Lieutenant Colonel and Human Resources Officer in the United States Army.


Kelly Hu won the title of Miss Hawaii Teen USA and competed in the Miss Teen USA 1985 pageant, becoming the Miss Teen USA pageant's third titleholder in history and its first Asian American winner.


Kelly Hu discovered after winning that she was prohibited from appearing in non-contest related activities for the year of her reign, though this rule was changed in later years.


Kelly Hu then made the top six, ranked second, winning the top ten evening gown competition and placing second in swimsuit.


Kelly Hu was Agent Mia Chen on the last three episodes of the television series Threat Matrix in 2004.


Kelly Hu starred in 2005's Underclassman alongside Nick Cannon and in 2006's Americanese, Undoing and Devil's Den.

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Kelly Hu played Kelly Lee, a Korean American woman who accidentally reunites with her high school classmates and realizes none of them grew up according to their high school plans.


Kelly Hu was the first guest actor to cross over between the television series, NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS, playing Lee Wuan Kai in a two-episode arc within both series.


Kelly Hu provided voice talents in video games including Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II The Sith Lords as Visas Marr, the Sith woman who joins the Jedi Exile's party, and Batman: Arkham Origins as Lady Shiva, among the eight assassins hired by Black Mask to kill Batman.


Kelly Hu campaigned for Obama in Hawaii in the run-up to the February 19,2008, Democratic caucuses.


Kelly Hu was the emcee of the Asian American Action Fund's annual fundraiser on June 10,2008.


Kelly Hu was present at the DNC national convention in 2008.


Kelly Hu supported Reef Check Hawaii by running in and successfully completing the Honolulu Marathon to raise awareness for the organization.


Kelly Hu gave support to the Shark Fin Ban which took effect in Hawaii July 2010.